CCU Spotlights

Dr. William Mesa

Dr. William Mesa

Assistant Professor of Accounting and Management
School of Business and Leadership

  • Ph.D. Management (Colorado Technical University)
  • M.S. Accountancy (New Mexico State University)
  • B.S. Accountancy (New Mexico State University)
  • Certified Public Accountant
  • Over 15 years as a financial analyst, accountant, and strategic analyst in Fortune 500 corporations and for Federal Government Facilities.
  • Editorial Board Member for the Journal of Applied Business Research
  • Editorial Board Member for Clute Institute for Academic Research
  • Faculty Member for Leadership in Enterprise for Asian Development Institute
  • Visiting Faculty in Strategic Management, Xihua University, Chengdu, Sichuan, PRC
  • Consultant for Sichuan Management and Economic Management Institute and Chinese Management Training Center of Chengdu since 2004

Email: wmesa@ccu.edu

Phone: 303-963-3306

Professional Accomplishments:

Recent Publications:
  • "The Composition of Intellectual Capital in Non-Profit Orchestras", Journal of Intellectual Capital, 2010, Vol. 11, No. 2
  • "The Phenomenon of Intellectual Capital in Orchestras", Polyphonic.org, June 2010
  • "The Typology of Intellectual Capital in Orchestras", Polyphonic.org, June 2010
  • "The Composition of Intellectual Capital in Orchestras", Polyphonic.org, June 2010
  • "The Performance of Intellectual Capital in Orchestras", Polyphonic.org, June 2010
Current Working Papers:
  • "Can Organizations be in a Simultaneous States of Strategic Growth and Ethical Decline?" Zeitschrift fr Psychologie (by invitation)
  • "Intangible Value Maps of Software Development Teams"; case study of small software development teams and the content of member intellectual capital in the project
  • How Faith-Based Organizations can Strategically Maintain Relevance without Compromising their Identity; book project with Dr. Jeffrey Mallinson, Trinity Lutheran College

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